Olivier Desmettre

Olivier Desmettre

Executive Creative Director at Publicis Conseil

Paris, France

Mes dernières créations

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Résumé

Fabrice Delacourt and Olivier Desmettre began their careers at Lowe Lintas as Creative Writer and Artistic Director on the Française des Jeux and Sega accounts among others. After spending 3 years at Lowe Lintas, they joined the Devarrieuxvillaret agency and then, a year later, they joined Publicis. In 1999, they left Publicis for Euro RSCG where they would stay for 10 years and work on the Citroën brand, amongst others. Their last two years would see them progress to Creative Directors. In that capacity, they joined Leg, where they would remain for a year. They would then return to Publicis Conseil, where they continue to work on a wide range of advertising accounts, including Renault (for whom they created the Raving Rabbids and Espace i-Pad campaigns), Orange “words”, and Orange Hussars, Rowenta (Seb Group) “Find the force of silence”, Nescafé “Really Friends?”… (Campaigns that won several awards at French and international festivals). Throughout their careers, they have won many awards at the Epica Awards, Eurobest, Club des AD, the Andy Awards, the Clio Awards, Cresta and the Sharks Awards,…. They have been members of the jury at the French Club des AD on several occasions.

Personnes avec qui j'ai travaillé

Fabrice Delacourt
Co-directeur de la Création
Publicis Conseil
Pierre Marcus
President
Prodigious
Marie Wallet
Executive Director
Publicis Conseil, Paris
Quentin Delobelle
Responsable de la publicité (annonceur)
Orange
Annabel Salesa
Responsable de la publicité (annonceur)
Orange

Postes

directeur de la creation

Publicis Conseil
Paris, France
June 2014 - Actuellement ici (2 years 11 months)
Publicis Conseil renouvelle sa création

Co-directeur de la Création

Publicis Conseil
Paris, France
January 2009 - Actuellement ici (8 years 4 months)
Fabrice Delacourt and Olivier Desmettre began their careers at Lowe Lintas as Creative Writer and Artistic Director on the Française des Jeux and Sega accounts among others.
After spending 3 years at Lowe Lintas, they joined the Devarrieuxvillaret agency and then, a year later, they joined Publicis.
In 1999, they left Publicis for Euro RSCG where they would stay for 10 years and work on the Citroën brand, amongst others. Their last two years would see them progress to Creative Directors.
In that capacity, they joined Leg, where they would remain for a year. They would then return to Publicis Conseil, where they continue to work on a wide range of advertising accounts, including Renault (for whom they created the Raving Rabbids and Espace i-Pad campaigns), Orange “words”, and Orange Hussars, Rowenta (Seb Group) “Find the force of silence”, Nescafé “Really Friends?”… (Campaigns that won several awards at French and international festivals).
Throughout their careers, they have won many awards at the Epica Awards, Eurobest, Club des AD, the Andy Awards, the Clio Awards, Cresta and the Sharks Awards,….
They have been members of the jury at the French Club des AD on several occasions.

directeur de creation

Publicis Conseil
Paris, France
January 2009 - Actuellement ici (8 years 4 months)

Directeur de creation sur Citroen

H paris
September 2006 - January 2009 (2 years 4 months)

concepteur redacteur

Leg
France
September 2005 - September 2006 (1 year)

Creative Director

Marcel
PARIS, France

Copywriter

Havas Worldwide Events
Suresnes, France

Formation

licence droit

Aix en Provence

Paris

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